InnovationErie: Design Competition 2011, Erie Art Museum Seeking Bright Ideas

People are inventing the future everyday, and some of them are right here in Pennsylvania. If you're one of them, there’s a chance to take your bright idea and turn it into a reality.

Now in its third year, InnovationErie Design Competition is a collaborative effort among professionals in the science, art, manufacturing, engineering and design (SAM & ED) industries, and emerged to encourage local economic development by allowing people to showcase their product ideas, with the possibility of taking them to the next level: the marketplace. The competition seeks ideas for products that can be manufactured in the Erie region.

The contest is open to all individuals, 18 and over, whose product design could be manufactured in the Greater Erie Area. The contest begins by submitting an electronic application to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by midnight, May 11, 2011. Design entries will be juried by an independent panel of competition judges who will select semi-finalists. Semi-finalists will exhibit works at the Erie Art Museum July 16-October 16, 2011 and compete for the Grand Prize, over $10,000 worth of assistance prizes.

The 2011 InnovationErie Sponsors include Civitas, Edinboro University, Erie Art Museum, Gannon University, Keystone Innovation Zones, MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton, Paradign Design, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, StARTup Incubator.

Interested candidates can find out more information and download an application by visiting:

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